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post exchange

Translation of post exchange in Spanish:

noun

  • (in US)
    economato (masculine) or cooperativa (feminine) militar
    Example sentences
    • The post exchange at Camp Victory did not save a soldier who was killed by a mortar right outside its front door.
    • While the soldiers lack a post exchange in which to shop, have limited laundry facilities and as of yet, no plane tickets home, they seem pleased with their temporary home.
    • We stand in line to eat, shower, use the latrine and shop at the post exchange.

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